People Who Should Never Try Intermittent Fasting

You have sleep problems.

Getting a good night's sleep is important for several reasons, including rebuilding and regenerating exercised muscles, keeping your brain healthy.

You've had a history

Anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating are just some of the eating disorders that may develop from inconsistent eating patterns and practices. 

You're engaging in intensive training

It seems to reason that adopting intermittent fasting while also undergoing a rigorous exercise regimen is a bad choice. 

You have digestion issues

If you're already struggling with digestive problems, a messed-up eating schedule isn't going to make things any easier. 

You work a job 

 You can't focus on the work at hand because all you can think about is food when you're starving.

You have diabetes

Fasting may increase blood glucose reactions, which is bad news for those with diabetes who already suffer with frequent spikes and decreases in blood sugar throughout the day.

You're pregnant

"Pregnant women and nursing mothers need to consume enough calories to ensure the health of the baby and the success of their breastfeeding efforts."

You're on medication

Some drugs have unpleasant side effects if taken on an empty stomach, including nausea and dizziness, thus they must be taken with food. 

You have a weak immune system

This is why: For those with cancer or impaired immune systems, "adequate caloric intake is needed to maintain lean body mass and a healthy immune system,".

Your lifestyle can't accommodate

In the dark, under the lamp, a young lady who looks fatigued, dejected, and focused sits in her apartment or office with French windows.



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